Bentley has revealed the third-generation of its Flying Spur Grand Tourer with a ground-up redesign that brings bolder styling and more speed than ever before. The new model is much more sculptural and muscular combined with the regal presence of a high-end, British limousine. Inspired by the S1 Continental Flying Spur, the grille now features vertical vanes with a bright chrome surround and a gloss black radiator matrix. Crowning the new grille is one of the car's most memorable details, an all-new retractable and illuminated Flying B, which deploys from the hood as part of its welcome lighting sequence.
Behind the chrome vanes is Bentley's twin-turbo W12, which produces 626 hp and 664 lb-ft of torque. This allows for a 0-60 time of 3.7 seconds and a supercar-caliber top speed of 207 mph. This will be matched with the same 8-speed dual-clutch transmission as its two-door sibling, the Continental GT and will also be the first Bentley with All-Wheel Steering, a feature that not only tightens your turning radius but it also enhances the car's stability and maneuverability at low and high speeds.